These top 12 Christmas Holiday Shows in the Smoky Mountains will get you into the spirit of the season! No place else in the mountains celebrates the Christmas holidays the way Pigeon Forge, Gatlinburg, and Sevierville do and we’ve got their Top 12 Christmas Shows just for you!
A Christmas holiday in the beautiful Smoky Mountains filled with live music and dance creates fun family memories to last a lifetime. So while you’re visiting the Great Smoky Mountains this holiday season, do yourself a favor and take in a show or two…or five!
A Comedy Barn Christmas, Pigeon Forge
It’a a holiday filled with laughter as only the Comedy Barn can deliver this season. They’ve traded in the overalls, well some of them, for some really funny Christmas costumes and they’ll be singing and clogging and laughing all the way through to the new year! And don’t forget those darling Comedy Barn Canines that are sure to warm your heart this Christmas!
Biblical Times Dinner Theater, Pigeon Forge
This holiday season Biblical Times Dinner Theater recreates “The Christmas Story” through the prophetic eyes of Simeon during the second half of their dinner show featuring traditional Christmas music, Southern gospel, and contemporary Christian music.
Christmas at Dixie, Pigeon Forge
The Christmas show at Dolly Parton’s Dixie Stampede has been upgraded with $2.5 million renovations in lighting and state-of-the-art video special effects that will wow fans of all ages. As usual, guests will enjoy Dixie’s 4-course meal and 32 majestic horses; however during the special holiday show the arena will be transformed into a live Navitity scene, and a lively parade of toys are brought to life by the Sugar Plum Fairy herself.
Christmas at The Smoky Mountain Opry, Pigeon Forge
With an even bigger and better show than before, Christmas at The Smoky Mountain Opry features award-winning aerialists, ice skaters, and live animals including donkey, camels and a rare white lion. In this year’s production, they are all helping Santa Elves work overtime to get ready for the big holiday. With laser light effects and special winter’s snowfall, this is one show that’s sure to become a Christmas favorite.
Christmas in the Smokies Bluegrass Festival, Pigeon Forge
This year’s annual Christmas in the Smokies Bluegrass Festival will be held December 9-12, 2015 at the Ramada Inn & Smoky Mountain Convention Center. With almost two dozen bluegrass musical acts and workshops, you’ll see why this festival has had folks toe tapping and hand clapping, and coming back year after year for some of the region’s finest bluegrass music.